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Many people are asking if creating a BPEL process template is possible on 11g.
The answer is NO. Sorry…
It is very annoying as it was possible on 10g.
I guess the reason is because of the way we creates a BPEL process within the composite application.
There is an option to create a project & application template, but not a component one.

The good news is that it will be possible on 12c version.

You can get help with renaming a BPEL process as a workaround in the below oracle post:
https://blogs.oracle.com/middleware/entry/renaming_bpel_process_names

 

Good luck

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In this post I will explain what is the correct and standard way to deploy an ADF application (project) from JDeveloper.
Usually, when we want to deploy, let’s say – a SOA or a BPM project, we have to right click on the project, and deploy it to the required managed server. It can work the same way for an ADF project, but it is not the recommended way.

So, the next steps will guide through the right procedure:

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As promised in my previous post – Adding HTML Attachment To An Email Activity On Bpel 10g, in this post I will explain how to poll a file from the local OS and send it as an attachment.
For my example, I’ve created a simple WORD (.doc) file and put it under my Linux server. 

So here also, create a new Bpel process and drag the Email activity into the process flow. Fill in the required information:

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In this post I will show one way to send Email notification with attachments.
This example will explain how to assign a string message that will appear on the mail as a HTML attachment.
In my next post I will explain how to read a file from your OS and send it as an attachment.

Start with creating a new bpel process. Create a new string variable and assign to it the required message that will appear later on in the HTML
(notice that you don’t need to add header/body tags):

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In this post I will explain how to add a variable into a XSL code. I will also explain why do we need it at all.
(This option exists on both Oracle SOA Suite 10g and 11g versions. Some of the screens might be a little bit different. Below I’ve attached print screens from 11g)

If you are using a transformation activity in your process, you probably need to do some mapping for multiple records data.
Like in other developing languages, there are cases where you want to declare a variable once, assign to it a value, and use it later on in your code.
When using xsl for mapping source to target, it is the same behavior.

Let’s take 2 scenarios:

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While developing  on JDeveloper 11.1.1.6 I’ve noticed a strange behavior, that I consider as a bug.
(I could find this problem also on 11.1.1.5 version, but not on previous versions)
When I tried to add another message type to my bpel component, I got a compilation error:

XML-20190: (Fatal Error) Whitespace required.

The above error was the main error, followed by other errors like:

Error(15,84): Cannot find Port Type “{http://xmlns.oracle.com/MyWorkBpel/Project3/BpelProcess1” for “project_client_ep” in WSDL Manager

The error was generated because my main bpel wsdl was corrupted.
The question now is what happened?!

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DbAdapter provides all kind of operations that helps you interact with the DB.
I saw more than few times, questions, about how to use dynamic parameters when executing the ‘Execute Pure SQL‘ operation.
In the following step I will explain how to do it.

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